Antilochus

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Antilochus

(ăntĭl`əkəs), in Greek mythology, young hero of the Trojan War, a favorite of Achilles. While protecting his father, Nestor, he was killed by Memnon. He was buried with Achilles and Patroclus.
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25) Whitman notes that Achilles, Patroklos, and Antilokhos are the only other major Greek warriors who do not witness their side's victory (1958, 199).
Antilokhos bent over him the while, weeping and holding both his hands as he lay groaning for he feared that he might plunge a knife into his own throat.